04 October 2014

It's World Card Making Day!!



Hello friends! Hope you all joined the celebrations for World Card Making Day! Today, I played with a couple of challenges from Latina Crafter. I really tried to play and joined more challenges, but sadly a bad headache sent me to take a nap and relax for awhile.

Now, I want to show you the cards I created with 2 of the 3 challenges posted HERE, each sketch has a theme.

My first card follows the sketch + Christmas theme. I used a piece of gold crafting metal sheet heat embossed the image in black.  The image is from the  "Nativity" set and the sentiment is from "Adorad al Salvador".  For the blackground I used the dot stencil and distress ink to create a soft area.



The second sketch + "Pink" theme. I wanted to create a CAS card and I really love how it turned out. This card was done in no time, I stamped the ribbon in pink ink, then I used a fine black marker to outline the image. I used the dot stencil again to create a bottom border, I used distress inks for this. Then, I stamped the sentiment in red ink, it means "Hope, love, faith" Finally, I added a swirl die-cut panel in pink cardstock, stitches and ribbon and the card was done. The image and sentiment are from "Dando la pelea" set.





I am submitting this card to:

**You can join the celebrations from WCMD over at Latina Crafter. The challenges are open to everybody until October 10th, you can use any products you own** 

Hope you like them!
Have a fantastic day

4 comments:

  1. The stencil is a perfect addition to this beautiful card. Thanks so much for playing along at ATCAS xx

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  2. Awesome creations, Miss Lady!! Feel better soon!

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  3. Great cards! I love the subtleness of your dot stencil on each card. Thanks for joining us at ATCAS. :)

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  4. The stenciling at the bottom of your card really grounds it and is a perfect compliment to the softness of the die cut. So glad you joined us at ATCAS this week
    Jaydee

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